Furniture Detective Fred Taylor advises a reader about determining age of a vanity by inspecting its curved legs and the back of its mirror.
Auctionata is ushering in the holiday season with an extensive auction schedule, with 14 live-stream auctions, beginning Nov. 23. The final sale is Dec. 14.
An early 20th century political poster touting McKinnley's 'prosperity plan' may see $20,000, and lead campaign keepsakes during Hake's auction Nov. 15-17.
Gene Oakes, owner of E.L. Oakes Fine Art and Antiques, is joining Schwenke Auctioneers, as the firm expands services in the Eastern Coast of Florida.
Eric Bradley, new Director of Public Relations for Heritage Auctions, fields questions from Paul Kennedy, Behind the Spine columnist, about working his way up the ranks, and evolution of the antiques and collectibles marketplace.
A newly expanded New York Art, Antique & Jewelry Show will debut at Pier 94 in New York, Wednesday, Nov. 9, with an opening night preview.
More than 100 lots of American art pottery, including pieces from the revered Stuart Collection, are set to see Dec. 4, at Turner Auctions + Appraisals.
Long after the current election season is in the record books, political memorabilia including posters, buttons and flags, will join a rich legacy of political artifacts.
Come Nov. 19, the inaugural event of a shared venture between Pook & Pook and Stuart Kingston will be presented in a tax-free jewelry, fine art auction.
In his latest Behind the Gavel column, Wayne Jordan explains why, when the time comes for dealers to attach a monetary value to their “most valuable asset,” most sellers are shocked to learn their customer base has little to no monetary value.